Protect Wellesbourne Airfield from Housing Development

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Collette Judd
1 year ago
We are getting rid of too many historic places and replacing with houses . The site gives opportunity for keen kids like my nephew to learn to fly

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Kevin Perryman
1 year ago
It's wrong

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Matthew Impey
1 year ago
Once it's gone it's gone. GA is growing and airfields are going all over the country. Its part of our WW2 heritage too.

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Steve Strand
1 year ago
The environment is important

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Dale Troth
1 year ago
This is a historic airfield alongside its Still an active and thriving place offering employment to many

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Robert Cronk
1 year ago
It’s important for the economy of the area to keep general facilities open and operational. It’s a great airfield that I often use.

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kevin swain
2 years ago
General Aviation in the UK is being threatened by rapacious developers and councillors who are complacent if not corrupt. Airfields provide large open spaces, employment, training and employment facilities that speculative housing estates do not.

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neil davies
2 years ago
these small airfields are so important for people's recreation and for some people it could be the start of their aviation career, and, airfields like these often attract investors who will keep the airfield. Also local agricultural shows can be held at such venues together with other attraction such as car shows and similar. Multipurpose spaces like these are imperative for UK counties

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Jonathan Grainger
2 years ago
We can’t build on any more airfields!

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David Winkett
2 years ago
To many new housing developments in rural areas